It's the very first day of daycare, and Amanda and Jeremiah don't know what to do. They want to play with the same blocks, they want to use the same paint. But the teacher says they have to share... so they share everything. Even... their clothes?!?
Robert Munsch first wrote this tale for the kids in his own daycare classroom — which makes it the perfect board book story!
ROBERT MUNSCH started telling stories when he was teaching in a daycare, to get the kids to settle down. Now he is Canada’s number one author for young readers with more than 80 books in print, including such bestsellers as The Paper Bag Princess, We Share Everything!, So Much Snow! and Love You Forever. Every one of his stories was first told aloud to children – and each one is dedicated to the kid who inspired the story. He is a member of the Order of Canada, has a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame, and is a hero to generations of young readers. Robert Munsch lives in Guelph, Ontario. Visit him online at http://scholastic.ca/munsch/.
MICHAEL MARTCHENKO has illustrated dozens of books, and is most famous for his work with Robert Munsch, including Smelly Socks, Makeup Mess and We Share Everything!. He lives in Burlington, Ontario.
"Munsch and Martchenko are their typical energetic selves here." — Toronto Star
Praise for Robert Munsch and Michael Martchenko
"Laurel and Hardy, Holmes and Watson, peanut butter and jam — some things just go better together. Robert Munsch and Michael Martchenko figured that out a number of years ago, and have been teaming up to produce silly, insanely popular books ever since." —Quill & Quire
Praise for Robert Munsch
“[Munsch is] a kindergarten superstar he ranks up there with Pablum and Pampers in name recognition arguably the most published Canadian author ever, in any genre.” — The Globe and Mail, Report on Business Magazine
"Munsch's parade of bright funny picture books has been a sales phenomenon in children's book publishing . . . And as Munsch books are requested by kids over and over every day in countless homes and schools, at story time and bedtime, the distinctive storyteller's voice will undoubtedly continue to be echoed for years to come by parents, teachers, babysitters and whomever else young kids can get to read to them." — The Chronicle Herald
"Arguably the most successful kid-lit writer in North America." — Toronto Star
"More witty, creative and entertaining than most of what passes for adult literature." — The Globe and Mail
“Munsch is now as important to a whole generation of children as any television character. ”— Quill & Quire
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